The Language of the Genes.pdf

The Language of the Genes PDF

Steve Jones

Steve Joness highly acclaimed, double prize-winning, bestselling first book is now fully revised to cover all the new genetic breakthroughs from GM food to Dolly the sheep. An essential sightseers guide to our own genetic terrain. Peter Tallack, Sunday Telegraph

All this adds up to little more than a list of genes that may or may not be involved in creating speech and language: FOXP2; genes that FOXP2 interacts with; genes with copy number anoma­lies

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Recent advances in the genetics of language … 26.01.2010 · Here, we describe the different ways in which these genes were identified as candidates for language impairment. We discuss how characterization of these genes, and the pathways in which they are involved, may enhance our understanding of language disorders and improve our understanding of the biological foundations of language acquisition.